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|Chapter 22: *coming out*
Written by Silvia O
(5/19/2007 6:24 p.m.)
In chapter 22, JA writes, on Charlotte's engagement:
At first, I thought the emphasis on "coming out" was only in my version (Penguin Classics), as there was a note related to it, and it could be deemed an abstract concept for modern readers. But I noticed it is also in the Pemberley e-text.
So, why would JA put the emphasis on "coming out"? Usually I can more or less understand why she would put certain words in italic, but here, I'm just completely lost. Any thoughts?
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